With waterfalls, volcanos, black sand beaches, glaciers, and hot springs, Iceland is fast becoming one of the world’s most popular travel destinations. Some travelers might hesitate at the thought of bringing their babies, toddlers, or children along for a trip with such seemingly demanding outdoor activities, but Iceland is actually an incredible place to visit with kids. We toured around Iceland for two weeks with an infant, and in this post, I’m going to share 12 helpful tips for parents looking to follow in our footsteps.
The Camino pilgrimage is more popular than ever, with 301,036 pilgrims making their way to Santiago in 2017! This huge influx of pilgrims has made it a challenge to secure beds and sleep comfortably. In this post, I’ll cover 8 reasons why you should skip the ‘bed rush’ and pre-book your Camino de Santiago pilgrimage experience.
Siem Reap is located in the northwestern portion of Cambodia, and is the gateway to the greater Angkor region, the former capital of the Khmer Empire. The temples of Angkor are surely the highlight of Siem Reap, but travelers would be missing out if they didn’t explore the city a little further. Here are five reasons you need to add Siem Reap to your bucket list of travel destinations!
Christmas is only a few weeks away, and I’m sure some of you are still looking for gifts to buy for your loved ones. If you’re coming up short on ideas for the adventurers and explorers in your life, I’ve put together a list of 30 items they’re sure to enjoy. I’ve divided the list up into big ticket items at $100 or more, mid-range items from $25-$100, and stocking stuffers under $25. Happy holidays, everyone!
The Japan Rail Pass, or JR Pass, is a ticket that grants tourists unlimited travel on Japan Rail trains. Traveling around Japan by rail is extremely efficient and quick, with trains canvassing the entire country. In this post, I’ll tell you everything you need to know about the JR Pass and hopefully convince you to get one before traveling to Japan.
This weekend Julia and I took a drive out to Joshua Tree National Park. A family friend owns a vacation property in the town of Joshua Tree, and generously …
I’ve received a few questions in the past few months from people asking how I do so much each month. It usually starts with “I wish I could do that, but…”, “I’d love to hike, but…”, you get the idea. In this post I’ll introduce you to the idea of “microadventures”, and show you how they can change your life.